1 edition of Encyclopedia of housing law and practice found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of housing law and practice
Kept up to date by supplements.
|Statement||General editor: Percy Lamb.|
|Series||Local government library|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. (looseleaf)|
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Statutory instruments. Codes of Guidance. DoE circulars relating to housing law. Housing Corporation circulars. A collection of other important material, such as ministerial consents and housing finance manuals. Series Title: Local government library.
Other Titles: Encyclopedia of housing law and practice: Responsibility: General editor Andrew. Extensively updated since the first edition appeared inthe second edition of The Encyclopedia of Housing approaches shelter from the perspectives of design, human ecology, environmental science, economics, and sociology, and it includes as many tables of economic data relating to housing as photographs or floor : $ The Encyclopedia of Housing Law and Practice provides the housing law practitioner with a wide spectrum of housing information.
Housing Acts, Rent Acts, Leasehold Reform Acts and all other relevant legislation are updated regularly and annotated with expert commentary by a team of the leading practitioners in the housing law : Professor Caroline Hunter, Andrew Dymond, David Carter.
The Encyclopedia of Housing Law and Practice is comprehensive in its coverage, providing the full text of the legislation and policy, with annotations and commentary which offer a detailed insight into its practical application.
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